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Stofan said it’s also important to establish for girls that women have been making huge contributions to the STEM fields for a long time. She’s frustrated by the fact that the idea that “girls don’t do science or math” still persists. The popularity of the book “Hidden Figures” and the movie based on it, as well as toys like the “Women of NASA” Lego set, are a step in the right direction, she said..
‘Panama’ and ‘health’ brings to light polar realities: the increasing instances of medical tourism and inexpensive private health insurance for the minory of non Panamanians, and the health care inequalities for the majority of Panamanians. During a one month exploratory study in Panama, I looked at health issues that affected the Panamanian citizenry, which is often overlooked by the tourism industry: mainly public health care systems, health education, and cultural perceptions of medical issues. During my time in Panama over January, I conducted an exploratory study to discover the ways health and health care was discussed in an urban environment with growing disparities, to assess the delivery of health care (prevention and treatment) to children at Hospital del Nino, as well as to bear witness and observing the truths of children’s vulnerability to certain diseases and health conditions going beyond the restrictions of aggregated data tables..
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The DNR remains concerned with the broader implications of increased irrigated crop production in the Pineland Sands and needs better information for future permitting decisions in certain parts of the area. Therefore, the DNR is proposing a special study of groundwater use and land use change in the Pineland Sands area. The special study will focus on several key areas within the Pineland Sands where anticipated irrigation applications and potential impacts are greatest..